Archive for the ‘Short Film’ Category

Helix

Helix is a zero-budget short film made in 2012. The live action scenes were filmed with a green screen and all the backgrounds were created digitally and then animated.

Story & screenplay by Francesca Tortora • Directed by Alessandro Corradi & Sergio Pastor.
Background illustrations & animations by Sergio Pastore • Music by Moby.

The Gloaming

Written by Niko Nobrain • Director: NOBRAIN Production: Sabotage Studio & Autour De Minuit.

Stop Motion & Miniatures by Two Left Hands • 3D Supervision by Ludovic Manonni & Florian Durand • 2D Designs by Pasquale Carlotti • Music by Joseph Arthur • Sound Design by Kouz Prod.

MOTHERLAND

In a totalitarian propaganda world ruled from above, a girl can be all it takes to spark off a revolution and challenge the MOTHERLAND.

The narrative and imagery of MOTHERLAND is based on stereotypic characters and motives that are abundant in propaganda art of the 1920s & 1930s: The innocent child in need of protection by the heroic soldier, the benevolent ruler and the patriotic worker. They all live and serve for the nuturing mother state. In MOTHERLAND this original meaning has been turned on its head to reveal an underlying, terrifying truth behind the propaganda.

Nominated at the Visual Effects Society awards for “Outstanding VFX in a student production”. MOTHERLAND is a diploma project produced at The Institute of Animation.

Filmakademie Baden-Württemberg // Directed by Hannes Appell.

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Guilt by Tobias Larson

Written, directed & animated by Tobias Larson.

Catzilla

Script & Direction: Michal Staniszewski // Lead Code: Michal Szymczyk // Music: Bent Stamnes.
Direction: Bartlomiej Kik // Art direction & Script: Jakub Jablonski // Project Lead: Michal Gryn.

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Faenger by Fabian Koppenhöfer

Animated Short Movie by Fabian Koppenhöfer.
Character Design: A collaboration between Fabian Koppenhöfer & Markus Färber.

Hund I Himlen

The little girl, Lora, arrives at a secluded monastery with her only friend, Dog. Dogs are forbidden inside the monastery, so while Lora gets uniformed, as prescribed by the rules of the monastery, the head nun puts down Dog. The strict rules of the monastery does not allow Lora to mourn the loss of her lost friend, so she decides to turn into a dog herself and confront all the rules that have been upheld for generations.

Hund i Himlen by Jeanette Nørgaard is an adaptation of Hanne Kvist’s children’s book of the same name. It’s a regional danish co-production bewteen Basmati Film in Århus and Nørlum in Viborg.

Benigni

A lonesome xylophone player finds a viciously growing tumor under his arm. In his attempts to get rid of the tumor he discovers that it has some unconventional qualities.

A Stop Motion Animation directed by Elli Vuorinen, Jasmiini Ottelin, Pinja Partanen.
Produced by Eija Saarinen // Turku Arts Academy.

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Consumed by Andreas Wannerstedt

“Consumed” is another self-initiated personal project written, designed & animated by Andreas Wannerstedt // Track: HECQ “Enceladus” (with Skyence) // Taken from HECQ’s album “Enceladus” (adn149) // Released by Ad Noiseam.

It’s a 3D short film about a not so distant future, where extreme overpopulation has become a global crises. The population growth has reached a critical tipping point and there’s food and water shortages all around the world. The story revolves around a “Food Replicator”, or a so called molecular assembler, a device that can rearrange subatomic particles and guide chemical reactions with atomic precision. In an attempt to prevent mass starvation, this device is used to synthesize nutritions with the ability to self-replicate. But during the initial tests something goes wrong and out-of-control self-replicating compounds starts to spread, consuming all matter while building more copies of them selves.

The Girl & The Siren

Directed, Animated & Setdesign by Jacob Petersson & Cristoffer Ålund.

Produced by Jakob Arevarn // Sound design & score: A2.

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